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New documents show Navy corruption scandal began much earlier than previously known.
In his final week in office, the Navy secretary approved the higher rank and back pay, records show.
An admiral who lied to investigators is retired and is collecting more than $10,000 a month.
Prosecutors described a litany of lavish bribes and sex parties for Navy officers in Asia.
National security adviser was investigated for allowing accused officers to attend Ranger School.
Gentry Debord is the seventh current or former Navy official to receive prison time in a sex-for-secrets scandal.
Documents show NCIS investigated the crooked contractor 27 times before he was arrested in 2013.
Michael T. Flynn, a loud Clinton critic, drew complaints for disclosing classified material while in the Army.
The military feared Congress would use the confidential data as an excuse to slash defense spending.